John Aycoth, president and CEO of The Rice House Healthcare Program, stands in front of the new Rice House offices/clinic in Durham. Aycoth, a former Washington lobbyist who lost about 200 pounds on the Duke Rice Diet, has revived the once-famous program after it closed in 2012.
John Aycoth, president and CEO of The Rice House Healthcare Program, stands in front of the new Rice House offices/clinic in Durham. Aycoth, a former Washington lobbyist who lost about 200 pounds on the Duke Rice Diet, has revived the once-famous program after it closed in 2012. hlynch@newsobserver.com
John Aycoth, president and CEO of The Rice House Healthcare Program, stands in front of the new Rice House offices/clinic in Durham. Aycoth, a former Washington lobbyist who lost about 200 pounds on the Duke Rice Diet, has revived the once-famous program after it closed in 2012. hlynch@newsobserver.com

‘Fat City’s’ Rice House is back in business

February 23, 2014 04:35 PM

UPDATED February 25, 2014 08:20 AM

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